Posted by Lucca Verrelli

This Spring/Summer season from Engineered Garments brings more light outerwear, shirting, pants and shorts featuring their distinctive look. Daiki Suzuki drew inspiration for the collection from the imagery and cultures of Africa, including colours inspired by the Sahara desert. Suzuki also notes the influence of several 80’s clothing brands such as Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic and Abercrombie & Fitch, as well as musical influences from the likes of Paul Simon, Malcolm McLaren and the Talking Heads. We are always fans of what Engineered Garments has to offer and this season is another hit, as expected. The first delivery for SS22 includes a few excellent pieces such as the explorer shirt jacket in olive cotton ripstop, which is a piece that feels like the perfect representation of the brand. With its military fabric, relaxed fit and more pockets than you can count, the explorer shirt jacket is everything we love from Engineered Garments. We also have the aircrew pants in a khaki cotton ripstop, an awesome pair of of “cargo” pants for spring. When the real summer temperatures roll in, the fatigue shorts in natural twill will come in handy.